TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Kansas residents using the federal marketplace for individual health insurance will see more options than ever for 2020, and some plans are less expensive than 2019.
KCUR reports that the downside for 2020 is that for the second year in a row, consumers must foot the full bill for most out-of-network care.
Two new insurers are now in Kansas offering health plans in some of the states most populous counties. Meanwhile, Ambetter, which is already active in the Kansas City area, is expanding to 12 more counties in southeast and central Kansas.
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